Title Date Details Location
Inside the Writer’s Room Thu, 10/19/2017 - 5:00pm Join filmmakers and writers in a community writing experiment: to outline the plot of a short film in one hour or less. Stop by the Borland Project Space beforehand to contribute character names, ideas, and things you’d like to see in a local movie; then—during this event—participants will weave a cohesive story out of these crowd-sources ideas. Classic writing techniques and plot structures will be put to the test in preparation for filming to begin the following week. Borland Project Space
Movie Making for Everyone Tue, 10/24/2017 - 4:30pm A short film is being produced in the Borland Project Space, and we need your help! As a filmmaking experiment, the film is a crowd-sourced production whose story and scenes are created by untrained participants. Production is ongoing, but join us for this one hour showcase of the process: say a line of dialogue, pretend to be an alien, or simply learn how to shoot a movie as we discuss cinematography, foley sound effects, and production tips. Borland Project Space
Jam Session and Reception Wed, 11/01/2017 - 4:30pm Celebrate the end of production with a public reception in the project space. Guests will also be invited to contribute to the film’s score as we set up digital and acoustic instruments for impromptu recording. Those in attendance can offer feedback and suggestions for original music, or suggest pop songs to include as we segue into a wrap party with music.  Borland Project Space
SOVA MFA Exhibition Reception Mon, 11/13/2017 - 5:45pm Join us for a reception celebrating the exhibition of work by the School of Visual Art's second year MFA candidates.  Borland Project Space
Opening Reception: Homecoming Thu, 11/16/2017 - 5:00pm Join us for the opening reception of Homecoming a solo exhibition of ceramics and works on paper by Clearfield-based Rebecca Morgan. Spanning several years and bodies of work, the exhibition brings home Morgan’s drawings and ceramics, including portraits of the artist, her loved ones, and a cast of characters both naturalistic and cartooned. Woskob Family Gallery